57th Anniversary of Ghana's Independence celebrations.
Date: March 8, 2014
Venue: Sons of Italy, WaterTown, MA
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Who we are
The Ghana Association of Greater Boston (GAGB) is a non-profit social and cultural organization of all Ghanaians in the Greater Boston Area of Massachusetts, USA. The association was formally founded on March 23, 1991. Prior to its formal inauguration, the association existed in several different forms although the aims and purposes remained the same.
As a non-political mutual aid organization, the objectives of Ghana Association of Greater Boston include but are not limited to the following:
- Bringing together and promoting cordial relations between all Ghanaians in the Greater Boston Region and between Ghanaians and other groups.
- Promoting and sustaining our cultural interests and general welfare by representing the Ghanaian Community in relations with public and other officials in both the US and Ghana.
- Providing moral and material support to members in times of joy and sadness, and when appropriate, extending assistance to local projects/programs in Ghana.
Membership in the Ghana Association of Greater Boston comes with additional benefits that are spelled out in the GAGB Membership Brochure
Join us - fill out membership card
Every first Sunday of the Month
Venue: 545 Moody Street, Waltham, MA
Time: 4pm - 6pm
Independence Day Anniversary celebration
Ghana became independent of British rule on 6th March 1957. Every year GAGB celebrates the anniversary of this event in March.
Summer event. Date and place announced in spring
In addition, we occasionally host special events (such as the Kente-Lace Fundraising Dinner/Banquet in the fall) as and when the need arises.
All are cordially welcome to our events.
See our event calendar
Click here to view photos videos of past events.